The ARNI foundation is the best place to adopt a pet. They have many cats and dogs that need homes. They get new animals weekly from Putnam County Animal Control, they save them from being euthanized. They are very friendly there and they keep the place clean as can be. They let you return the animal if things don't work out. There are a few animals there that have been there a long time that are in need of a forever home. Their hours are 9am - 5pm, Monday - Saturday. They are also on facebook, so look them up and see the pictures of all the animals they have. Or just go to their shelter located at 600 Mason Ave in between Nova Rd and US1
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The ARNI Foundation is the best no kill shelter there is, hands down. 100% non-profit, All of the employees care about the well-being of each individual animal and theres never an empty bowl. They rescue animals directly from other shelters where they are going to be put to sleep, then they nurse them back to health and find them loving homes. The animals must think they've died and gone to heaven once they've been saved. Instead of cages, the animals get their own rooms with nice comfy beds and bountiful amounts of food at ARNI. Bunch of honest, hard working people at this organization and it really reflects on the animals! ADOPT TODAY
I am surprised at these other reviews. I have always found HHS to be compassionate and helpful. I adopted the sweetest dog from them. I have also had occasions where pets were aged and sick and had to be euthanized. They were so caring. I don't really think they deserve those bad reviews. And I know for a fact that they do put sick animals in quarantine and try to separate them. We can't control viruses perfectly in the human world. Why would you expect them to be able to do so in the animal world?